The 27th annual Art Show, organized by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA)
Gallery presentations at the 27th annual Art Show, organized by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), will feature thoughtfully curated solo, two-person, and thematic exhibitions by 72 of the nation’s leading art dealers.
One of the premier trademarks of The Art Show remains the emphasis on one-person presentations, and the 27th edition is no exception. Three galleries will present comprehensive surveys highlighting the work of women artists in their 90s—Tibor de Nagy Gallery will honor the late painter Jane Freilicher, CRG Gallery will feature a selection of work and ephemera from the studio of Saloua Raouda Choucair, and Galerie Lelong will present Etel Adnan’s paintings and accordion-fold books (leporellos). Sitespecific installations debuting at The Art Show include Haim Steinbach’s arranged objects at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery and drawings by Wade Guyton inside custom-made vitrines at
Petzel. Jan Groover’s first retrospective since her death will be on view at Janet Borden, Inc., with previously unseen triptychs from 1973. Other historical presentations include early works from the 1950s by Lee Mullican at Marc Selwyn Fine Art and sculptures by Nam June Paik at Carl Solway Gallery.
In addition to solo shows, The Art Show 2015 remains unparalleled with its installation of curated, thematic exhibitions. Peter Freeman, Inc. and Fraenkel Gallery will collaborate in a two-booth presentation titled Mirror/Mirror, examining self-portraiture by artists including Mel Bochner, Constantin Brancusi, Thomas Schütte, Diane Arbus, and Irving Penn. Layered Luminescence: Masterworks of Egg Tempera at ACA Galleries will feature paintings by Thomas Hart Benton, Paul Cadmus, Reginald Marsh, and Andrew Wyeth, among others. Maxwell Davidson Gallery’s The Responsive Eye at 50 will explore the historical and current imprint of Op-art with artists Victor Vasarely, Luis Tomasello, Pedro S. De Movellan, Mary Ann Unger, and others.
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All ticket proceeds from the gala and run of show benefit Henry Street Settlement, one of New York City’s most effective social services agencies.
March 3, 5:30-9:30pm
March 4-6, 12-8pm
March 7, 12-7pm
March 8, 12-5pm